|Author:||C. J. Cherryh
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Shoka, retired to the mountains, is found by Taizu, a young woman determined to learn his sword mastery and use it to avenge her people by facing the overwhelming evil of Lord Ghita.
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- Martial art fantasy: C.J. Cherryh's The Paladin | Tor.com
The Paladin (Baen, 1988) is not like anything else Cherryh has written. It isn't really fantasy?or it's fantasy in the same way Swordspoint is, or The Lions of Al-Rassan, it takes place in a fantasy world but there isn't any magic.
- Angel with the Sword by CJ Cherryh - The Book Smugglers
Ana's take: This is the first book I've read by C.J. Cherryh and I will just cut to the chase and say it: Angel with the Sword was a super fun read and I enjoyed myself immensely whilst reading it. Its plot was like a rollercoaster ride with non-stop action and a female ..... Cherryh recs: The Paladin; Merchanter's Luck; Rimrunners; the Morgaine quadrology; Serpent's Reach; the Chanur series. Thea says: June 26, 2013 at 3:44 pm. If you'd rather reach for something else by ...
- The Worlds of C.J. Cherryh - The Paladin
I'm just guessing about the cover, because you used one of the photo sites that's blocked by our office firewall, so it's not showing up. Link | Reply | Thread. ( 1 comment ? Leave a comment ) ...
- Who is alien? C.J. Cherryh's Cuckoo's Egg | Tor.com
Jo Walton rereads C.J. Cherryh's Cuckoo's Egg. ... Jo Walton. 6. bluejo · view all by bluejo | Thursday February 17, 2011 06:09pm EST. Shalter: The Paladin, which I reviewed here some time ago. Steven Halter. 7. stevenhalter.
- Grimmer than grim: CJ Cherryh, The Chronicles of Morgaine - Tor.com
Jo, did you notice the parallel to The Paladin in Exile's Gate ? the most hopeless part in The Paladin, when Taizu and Shoka are being chased and on the run, and the rain is pouring down and they're developing colds from ...
- The numinous underpinnings of fantasy: Bujold's Paladin of Souls ...
(This defines the Vlad books as SF and leaves Ellen Kushner's Swordspoint, C.J. Cherryh's The Paladin, and, arguably, my own Tooth and Claw as platypodes but never mind that for the time being.) However, much fantasy as ...
- The best aliens ever: C.J. Cherryh's The Pride of Chanur | Tor.com
The best aliens ever: C.J. Cherryh's The Pride of Chanur. Jo Walton. The Pride of ... Small wars and bigger wars: C.J. Cherryh's Rimrunners. Aliens ... Aliens, vengeance, complications: C.J. Cherryh's Serpent's Reach. Space is wide and ... ( Loved The Paladin, too.) Peter Ahlstrom. 6. PeterAhlstrom · view all by PeterAhlstrom | Wednesday September 30, 2009 01:19pm EDT. It's a great opening line to a great series. I wish there were more Chanur books. I'd love to see ...
- Books Read In 2008: The Paladin by C.J. Cherryh
The Paladin by C.J. Cherryh. My Dad is big into Sci Fi and kept going on about how he loved this book. He was sure I needed to read it and brought it out. While this book is not Sci Fi (which he thought it was at first) it is fantasy ...
- The Literary Horizon: The Paladin, Runemarks | The Literary Omnivore
The Paladin by C. J. Cherryh. Swordmaster Shoka bids farewell to court intrigue after the death of the old Emperor. Taizu, who is determined to become a swordwoman, seeks out Shoka and begs his help to exact revenge ...
- ?Man's more like to change than die?: C.J. Cherryh's Forty Thousand ...
Man's more like to change than die?: C.J. Cherryh's Forty Thousand in Gehenna. ... Designing people and societies: C.J. Cherryh's Cyteen. Eight Books From the Last Decade That Made Me Excited About SF. Fantasy ...
- C.J. Cherryh E-Books | Lithicbee
If you are a C.J. Cherryh fan and want to read her books on your Kindle, nook, iPad or other e-reader, the pickings are slim. On Amazon, there is little rhyme or reason as to what is available. On the science-fiction side, books 7 ...
- C. J. Cherryh | Science Fiction Fans | LibraryThing
I personally love The Paladin and the Fortress in the Eye of Time series, and like Rusalka. The only books .... I admire C J Cherryh's most 'acclaimed' books - Cyteen and Downbelow Station - but I don't love them. I read sci-fi ...
- Creator/C.J. Cherryh - Television Tropes & Idioms
Creator: CJ Cherryh. ... psychology. The Paladin ? Low Fantasy martial-arts story set in essentially medieval China, in which pig-girl Taizu turns up on exiled swordsmaster Saukendar's doorstep to learn the skills she needs for revenge.
- Teaser Tuesday: The Paladin | The Literary Omnivore
?I want justice,? the boy said; and snared him twice over. pgs. 5-6 of The Paladin by C. J. Cherryh. PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT with either the link to your own Teaser Tuesdays post, or share your 2 'teasers' in a comment ...
- Twilight of the Promotional E-book | The Scholarly Kitchen
Book cover, The Paladin (2002 re-issue) by C. J. Cherryh (Baen Books, 2002) (Photo credit: Wikipedia). Participants in the world of scholarly communications may not be familiar with Nate Hoffelder, whose site, The Digital ...